Sojourners Magazine: August 2022
Why we need to free the "apostle to the apostles" from centuries of myth and distortion.
Monstrous mountains of our own making are growing in number in the driest non-polar desert on Earth.
An interview with Harry Lafond on how the church might be replanted in Cree culture and land.
Chaplains aren’t free to oppose military doctrines or actions, even if they contradict the teachings of the church.
"We have to hold onto the hope and believe that we – followers of Jesus – can make a difference in our world."
"My interdisciplinary studies had complexified my interest in clothing and revealed striking insights about consumption, community, and responsibility."
We are a country where slaughtered kids are sent to their graves in candy-colored caskets while politicians and weapons manufacturers rake in power and profit.
James Baldwin's “Blues for Mister Charlie” asks us: In a world of white violence and Black death, what do you see?
Right now, our lives seem to be all about sitting with painful, tangled questions. It makes sense that our art should be, too.
In Reconsidering Reparations, Olúfémi Táíwò argues that history is "a way to map the currents that engulf us in the present."
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Timothy Beal's When Time Is Short: Finding Our Way in the Anthropocene is a "what if it's already too late?" book.